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Your skin is the largest organ in your body and acts as a protective barrier against the toxins in your surrounding environment. Every day, your body relies on your delicate skin cells to protect your internal organs from bacteria, germs, and the effects of temperature changes. For this reason, it’s important to learn as much as possible about how to protect the health of your skin.

  • The National Rosacea Society is a community dedicated to helping individuals living with this chronic skin condition. Visit this website for some tips on managing your symptoms.
  • Check out this article to learn what kinds of foods you can eat that won’t aggravate your rosacea symptoms.
  • This New York Times article illustrates why psoriasis is more than just a cosmetic skin condition.

Whether you are concerned about acne or skin cancer, Arlington Dermatology can help. To book a consultation with our experienced staff, call 847-392-5440.

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